Domesticating International Human Rights: Perspectives on U.S. Asylum and Refugee Law

ANTH 497/ 425
  • Quarters: Winter
  • General Education Requirements: I&S, DIV

Examines the creation, production, and proliferation of law and legal categories relating to the status of refugees and asylum-seekers in the United States. Integrates anthropological perspectives of law’s ability to create meaning in the examination of deeper implications of asylum and refugee law in American society.